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Link of the week - TeraGrid 10 proceedings

Link of the Week - TeraGrid '10 Proceedings


People mingle as they browse the research projects on display at the TeraGrid '10 poster session. Image courtesy of Miriam Boon, iSGTW.

Earlier this month, researchers and computer experts gathered in Pittsburgh for TeraGrid '10, the annual conference organized and sponsored by TeraGrid.

Not everyone could attend, of course, so it's a good thing that the proceedings are now available online at this week's link of the week.

The conference included a wide variety of programming, including tracks dedicated to science, technology, science gateways, and EOT (education, outreach and training). A poster session and visualization showcase featured posters and visualizations related to computational biology, molecular dynamics, computational chemistry, signal processing, computer science, computational fluid dynamics, computational multi-body dynamics, computational materials (nano-composites), grid computing, sky computing, cloud computing, workflows, resource provisioning systems, space weather predication, and data management.

In addition to the usual suspects, the conference was also attended by high school, undergraduate and graduate students, many of whom presented posters. The 114 students who attended the conference were able to do so courtesy of funding from the National Science Foundation; 16 of the students also received funding to attend the Open Science Grid Summer School, which you can read about in one of this week's features, "OSG Summer School a success."

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